Components of a Radon Rid Mitigation System

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Core Drilling

Piping

Radon Fans

Sump Pump Cover

Manometers

Sealing

Roof Flashing

Continuous Radon Monitor

Radon Reduction System Quality & Craftmanship

Each system is custom designed to be the best possible solution for both the home and the homeowner. Quality and craftsmanship is crucial to maintain the cosmetic integrity of the home. Poor cosmetics and choice for system placement can have a drastic affect on the value of your home.

In most cases, Radon is not an issue that should keep anyone from buying their dream home. Radon is everywhere and in every home, the question is how much. A home with a radon system is likely to have better air quality than the same home without a radon system, (this statement is made without regard to radon levels).

  • Even very high levels can be reduced to acceptable levels.
  • Sub-Slab Depressurization is used nearly 99% of the time to remedy Radon problems.
  • Most homes can expect results between 1-2 pCi/L. Effectiveness is expected for as long as the system fan is operational.
  • There are almost always several options for properly fixing the Radon problem.
  • The easiest and fastest is not always best, choose a quality contractor.

Radon systems remove the soil gasses prior to their entry into the building. Along with the reduction of radon and soil gas is the added benefit of removing a lot of the humidity and moisture found in basements.

TESTING

The first step is to take care of the health and safety of you and your loved ones by testing your home for radon. At Radon Rid, our experts use modern equipment and radon monitoring technology to deliver a report with our findings, that show radon levels as recorded over a 48-hour sampling period.

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NEW CONSTRUCTION

Before starting construction on a new home ins is very important to test the soil of the property you will be building on for radon. That’s not all, it just as important to have the home test for radon after it has been built. You should also consider installing a dampness control system in your home that will alert you if there are high levels of dampness.

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MITIGATION

If your tests indicate levels of radon that require attention, our team of engineers and technicians will design and install a custom radon mitigation system to effectively and safely move radon and other soil gasses out of your home. We also take additional measures to seal and close gaps in the foundation and drains that could let soil gasses into the home.

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